WASHINGTON DIARIST: The Solipsistic Campaign

Glassman, James K.
November 1988
New Republic;11/28/88, Vol. 199 Issue 22, p46
Presents comments of the author regarding the elections in the U.S. Information on the election campaign of presidential candidate George Bush; Defeat of Michael Dukakis, presidential candidate in the elections; Opinion of sociologist E. Digby Baltzell that Bush will be the fifth upper-class president in this century.


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